I’m originally from Washington, D.C. but have lived in Europe for over half of my life. Before my first stint with the radio (2004-2006), I worked for a Japanese newspaper in New York, and then as a Balkans stringer and EU correspondent for a news agency. Later, I was Prague bureau chief of yet another agency. But the radio was always close to my heart – and I was happy to return in 2018. I especially enjoy doing human interest stories and delving into lesser-known chapters of Czech history.
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EU trades in "Delegation" for "Representation"
When the Czech Republic joined to the European Union on the first of May, the Delegation of the European Commission in Prague ceased to exist. There's no cause for alarm…
A weekly round-up of business news, interviews and comments from leading economic experts
Welcome to Economics Report. Coming up later in the programme, we'll examine whether the Czech lion can - or should even try - to roar like a Celtic tiger. But first, here…
New public-private council will work to improve business climate
Prime Minister Vladimir Spidla's first press conference since the Czech Republic joined the European Union was decidedly free of the pomp and circumstance that marked the…
Latvian polka, French cheese and Czech jugglers all part of the new EU
Apart from the official celebrations in Old Town Square, elsewhere in Prague, a "Euro Market" attracted thousands of visitors. Brian Kenety went along.
Communist party celebrates May Day, resigned to EU reality
Most Czechs are looking to the future in the European Union with hope. But what about those linked to the past? While the country celebrates its EU accession, the Czech…
The Czech Prime Minister likes his Italian coffee
After the official press conference, Czech Prime Minister Vladimir Spidla, and various EU dignitaries, took a walk down Prague's Na Prikope Street, a main artery of Prague…